The National Health Service is sitting on a goldmine of patient information, but identifying how best to tap its rich seams is very much a work in progress. SA Mathieson reports. Photography by Paul Heartfield
Following the Windrush scandal that felled home secretary Amber Rudd, former perm sec Sir David Normington and UKBA chief Rob Whiteman tell Tamsin Rutter what it’s like to lead the Home Office
At the first Civil Service World leadership lecture, Defra permanent secretary Clare Moriarty shared the four principles that inform her leadership style. Suzannah Brecknell reports
As seven years of public sector pay restraint come slowly – and unevenly – to an end, Suzannah Brecknell meets the Office for Manpower Economics, the team helping pay review bodies and departments navigate new terrain
As the Equality and Human Rights Commission marks its tenth anniversary, it is running a series of events to ask: how fair is Britain? Six months on from Theresa May’s Race Disparity Audit, Daniel Bond reports on the challenge of transforming this evidence into real action on racial inequality. Photography by Paul Heartfield
With nominations open for the Diversity and Inclusion Awards 2018, Tamsin Rutter speaks to winners from last year who helped challenge the menopause taboo, persuade 200 defence workers to identify as LGBT supporters, and ensure diverse input on counter-terrorism work
The civil service has made progress in the way it shares and uses data, but a recent round table concluded that officials must make sure they don’t lose momentum as they try to realise the full potential of big data across government. Mark Rowe reports.
As the Equality and Human Rights Commission marks its 10th anniversary, it is running a series of events to ask: how fair is Britain? Tamsin Rutter reports on a round table bringing together people from different backgrounds and sectors to discuss the experience of women in the workplace. Photography by Paul Heartfield
Kate McGavin and Helen Williams, deputy directors from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, are part-time, ambitious, and happy to share – both their job, and their wisdom on making a success of this increasingly popular way of working
What do new technologies mean for border security in the UK? A recent CSW round table brought together academics and senior officials to explore the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Mark Rowe reports.
A flagship industrial policy has made government think afresh about how it should support the economy. But will the plan have the staying power to influence decisions in the years to come?
Cabinet Office has moved to win support from devolved governments for the EU Withdrawal Bill, but it may not be enough to repair trust